UPCOMING EVENTS

CCP Frankfurt conference debrief and intro to FMI research initiative - Webinar

Bazil Sansom, economist post-doc research associate at Mathematics Institute at Warwick University, will provide us with a debrief on the recent CCP conference held on Wed. 27. Feb. 2019 in Frankfurt by BuBa, the ECB and Fed Chicago.

Kiko Gerhardt Kalterherberg, FMI (Financial Market Infrastructure) Research Initiative organizer will start by providing a brief intro to the current state of the FMI research initiative as well as an introduction to it.

Tune in to get to know us and some of the reasons, why FMI research matters these days!

The EMU, Success, Resilience and Additional Reforms - Webinar Jean-Claude Trichet

The Finance, Law, and Economics Working Group is thrilled to host the first session of the webinar series entitled EMU, Quo Vadis? - Interdisciplinary Reflections on the post-crisis Economic and Monetary Union's Architecture.

For this kick-off session, to be hosted on February 28, 17:00 CET, it is our honour to have Jean-Claude Trichet, former President of the European Central Bank, with us.

 

Finance & Social Justice Workshop - March 21-22, 2019 

In collaboration with Oxfam, Share Action, and the University of Glasgow

 

This two-day workshop aims to bring together NGOs, early career academics, and PhD and Masters students to investigate the interconnections between finance and social justice in a way that transcends conventional conference and workshop formats.

 

The focal points of the workshop are two case studies formulated by Oxfam and Share Action. These case studies outline two key challenges in the design of a financial system that works for the many and not the few: reshaping the market for corporate control (Oxfam) and including social and human rights considerations in the drive for sustainable finance initiatives (Share Action).

 

Participants will be asked to present analyses of (and possible solutions to) the problems identified in the case studies from their diverse methodological and disciplinary approaches.

 

Application Deadline: 18 February 2019

Funding: We will provide selected participants with a contribution towards travel costs, an inclusive night of accommodation in Glasgow, and a workshop dinner.

 

If you have any questions, please contact:

Anna Chadwick: Anna.Chadwick@glasgow.ac.uk

Javier Solana: Javier.Solana@glasgow.ac.uk

Cecilia del Barrio: Cecilia.delbarrio@unitn.it

North America Convening - Los Angeles

The Finance, Law, and Economics Working Group has launched a Call for Papers for the YSI North America Convening in Los Angeles, February 22-24, 2019 on "Rethinking the Post-Crisis Relationship between Finance, Law, and Economics." The call is intentionally broad, so feel free to submit an abstract for your work in progress and get feedback from your peers and experienced mentors in the INET network! We especially welcome interdisciplinary perspectives. 

Partial travel scholarships available for select participants from the region (US, Canada, Mexico). Please share and help spread the word among your friends and colleagues, thanks!

Application deadline: December 18th.

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